Shilling, A. Gary
September 2008
Forbes Asia;9/29/2008, Vol. 4 Issue 16, p20
The article reports on the phases of the financial crisis effects in the U.S. In phase one, housing collapse due to increasing home prices. In phase two, many financial firms have declared bankruptcy like Lehman Brothers and have big quantity of debts. On phase three, U.S. gross domestic product has gone down and in phase four, U.S. economic crisis will affect the globe if recession persists.


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